PTSD pain and challenges stemming from ignorant people can either make us stronger, or on the other hand, cause worse harm. ⚠⚠⚠TRIGGER WARNING⚠⚠⚠ This post has triggering content. I.E. Severe Symptoms, Hopelessness, Depression, Invalidation, Reminder of PTSD Diagnosis, Suicide, PTSD pain and suffering. Often times I am honored to connect with really fantastic people facing Post […]
Rebecca Lombardo writes today about Depression and how to keep your spouse feeling secure during your depressive episodes. Rebecca is 44 years old and has been happily married for 15 years. She lives in Michigan with her husband and cats. She is a published author, a Huffington Post blogger, contributor for The Mighty, and a podcast […]
Are you married with PTSD, and have lost your sense of connection with your partner? If your answer is yes, you may have come to learn that there are all sorts of issues. Even more, issues on top of those that come without PTSD involved. PTSD is often misunderstood as it is but adding a relationship to the mix […]
PTSD And Marriage: Guide for the couples who face PTSD or CPTSD.
Did you know that supportive spouses are the Unsung Hero’s in our PTSD community? But like many, the PTSD spouses can often feel lost. Does your spouse or loved one suffer from Post Traumatic Stress disorder (PTSD)? If so, chances are you suffer right along side them. Spouses of loved ones with PTSD are some of the […]
I came across this on Facebook as I was updating my page www.facebook.com/ptsdwifeyblog and wanted to share it to show perspective from a person who suffers from PTSD. PTSD Letter Written By PTSD Victim ♥ “A Letter to My Significant Other About My PTSD I have PTSD there is no cure yet but I can and will […]